New Databases and Resources

To access databases from off-campus, we recommend navigating through the Databases A-Z tab, located on the library homepage. You will be prompted to login with your username and ISO password. For more information, please refer to our Remote Access to Electronic Resources page.

Access Engineering – New
Online or mobile access to over 200 engineering sources including the latest editions of Marks’ Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, Perry’s Chemical Engineers Handbook, Standard Handbook for Electrical Engineers, Roark’s Formulas for Stress and Strain, PE exam study for civil engineering and other ebooks (also individually cataloged in our catalog). Resources are organized by subject, discipline or curriculum and a range of explanatory videos. Tools include calculators and data visualization. Also includes the Roaming Passport feature, a single click download to a mobile device, which allows access to this resource when your mobile device is not connected to Michigan Tech’s network. Instructors in engineering are encouraged to review this McGraw-Hill resource.

Atlas of Weed Mapping – New
Presents an introductory overview of the occurrence of the most common weeds of the world. Content includes weed descriptions, invasive plant mapping, cropping practices and theory of weed distribution, aquatics and wetlands and herbicide resistance.

Communication & Mass Media Complete – New
More than 850 journals and some ebooks, with 500 full-text, some with coverage back to 1915, about communication, mass media, linguistics, discourse, rhetoric, sociolinguistics, communication theory, language, logic, organizational communication, and other closely related fields of study. Many journals are indexed from first issue to the present. The database also features searchable cited references, comprehensive reference browsing and a communication thesaurus.

CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics – New
This venerable handbook covers physical properties data, mathematical formulas, international recommendations on nomenclature, symbols, and units. The Handbook is a standard reference for chemistry, physics, geology, biology, environmental sciences and other physical sciences This 97th edition of the handbook contains 20 new or updated tables as well as updated and expanded content.

GeoScienceWorld – New
Full text access to journals in mineralogy, environmental geology, mining, geochemistry, engineering, hydro-geology, seismology and other geoscience disciplines. Coverage includes current and archived issues, providing access to all issues of journals — some of which have long been accessible through the library; others are new. GeoScienceWorld is also the way to access the index to GeoRef.

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